Day After Observations

Even though it’s a few minutes before midnight, notes and thoughts from the Rebels’ 10-7 loss at LSU … Lets begin at the end. The Rebels were anemic on offense most of the second half but had the chance to win

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Wallace talks No. 3 Rebels loss to No. 24

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen BATON ROUGE, Louisiana — Bo Wallace didn’t want to talk about his last throw in Saturday’s 10-7 loss to No. 24 LSU Saturday night in Tiger Stadium. Wallace’s first interception in SEC play secured a

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Video Blog: No. 24 LSU upsets No. 3 Rebels

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen BATON ROUGE, Louisiana. — In what will go down as one of the biggest wins for LSU in recent history, the Ole Miss Rebels are left to pick up the pieces after suffering their first

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Halftime: Ole Miss 7, LSU 3

Ole Miss defensive coordinator Dave Wommack has made some nice adjustments before, adjustments are in order now as the Tigers have 243 total yards, 147 on the ground. The Rebels are ahead 7-3 because they are plus-2 in turnover margin.

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Game Day: Ole Miss at LSU

Ole Miss RB Jaylen Walton Advance: Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze embraces flexibility. Column: It’s about attention to detail for Ole Miss defense. The other guys: Nola.com says LSU QB Anthony Jennings is gaining confidence but wonders if Les Miles

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Friday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Friday morning … Oklahoma State is suing its former offensive line coach, Joe Wickline, who is now at Texas at was once at Ole Miss. He is counter-suing. … From Nola.com, five things to know

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Wommack talks Rebels’ defense, looks to LSU

Ole Miss defensive coordinator Dave Wommack has been around the block more than a few times. Coaches don’t often like to compare their defenses or offenses to previous ones they’ve coached. Wommack coordinated some very good units at Southern Miss.

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Business-like approach suits Rebels just fine

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen Ole Miss continues to take a business-like approach to the weekly grind in the SEC. Head coach Hugh Freeze said he has seen his players grow and mature in the way they handle things, both

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Abernethy, Ole Miss basketball eager to start season

Good stuff here in this video interview with former Ole Miss point guard Todd Abernethy now an assistant on Andy Kennedy’s staff.

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Predictions Anyone?

My first exposure to Ole Miss football came at LSU’s Tiger Stadium. I don’t remember the year exactly, but it was at a time when the rivalry had tilted LSU’s way. Between 1972 and 1992 it tilted Ole Miss’ way

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Thursday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Thursday morning … Good stuff in this edition of Nola.com’s “Talking Tigers” with a familiar Ole Miss voice breaking down Bo Wallace and the Rebels’ defense. … So, you think ESPN is biased toward the

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Ole Miss hoops picked sixth in SEC

Ole Miss was picked sixth in the SEC when the votes of conference and national media were announced today at SEC Basketball Media Days in Charlotte. The Rebels are behind Georgia and ahead of Missouri. Kentucky is the unanimous No.

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LSU’s Miles gives high praise to Rebels

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen It was nothing but complements from LSU coach Les Miles about the No. 3 Ole Miss Rebels during Wednesday’s SEC Coaches Teleconference. Miles called Saturday’s matchup with the Rebels at Tiger Stadium “a great test

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